When planting your seeds for spring and using those pots that you saved from last year, use "Press and Seal" on the bottom of them when you don't have a tray, to keep the water from leaking out.
By Melissa M. from MI
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Expensive sticky side up bird paper can be cheaply imitated by using a sheet of Press and Seal paper that you buy at any grocery store.
I use Press and Seal when I want to freeze things like sauces and casseroles for future use. First I put the wrap in a microwave safe dish.
Press And Seal As Shelf Paper. You could use the press and seal wrap as shelf paper in the bedrooms or bathrooms and it wouldn't cost hardly anything . . .
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Uses for Glad Press'n Seal Wrap. Post your ideas.
During the winter, we used a sheet over the mail slot in the front door! It worked great!
My brother in Iraq told me a friend of his uses the Press'n Seal Wrap on his laptop keyboard to keep sand out.
I've been using Glad Press'n Seal wrap to "laminate" my recipe cards and all those recipe clippings from magazines. I also cover my cookbook pages to keep them clean during use and I've used Press'n Seal to cover my counter top to roll out pie crust.
When my daughter broke her wrist, we used Press N Seal to cover her cast so she could shower.
I use it on a tray I keep under my cat food dishes. Once there are food spills on it I just remove it and replace it with another sheet. Stays put and works great!